International Practice Newsletter

16 December 2015 Publication

December 2015


We are pleased to share with you Gardere’s inaugural International Practice Newsletter. This electronic newsletter will be distributed quarterly and will provide our readers with analyses on various topics that impact businesses operating internationally, including trade, energy, disputes, transactions, transportation and immigration, among others. To learn more about Gardere’s 30-plus member international team and how it can help with your cross-border needs, click here.
 

Alerts and Articles     

Sanctions Compliance Issues for Non-U.S. Companies: U.S. Sanctions Against Countries Like Iran and Cuba Have a Long Reach

Foreign companies or affiliates of U.S.-based companies may not be aware that they may be subject to U.S. sanctions laws, including programs on Iran and Cuba, which are administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). ... READ MORE

Is Cuba Really Open for Business: Opportunities for U.S. Businesses and Individuals Remain Limited

Cuba is open for business! At least, that may be the impression that you get after listening to recent media reports, including those detailing visits by U.S. government officials. ... READ MORE

Pemex Approves Deferment of Payments to Its Providers

On Sept. 24, 2015, Pemex’s board of directors approved deferral of payments to existing trade creditors from the current payment date of 20 calendar days following approval and receipt of the relevant invoice by the contracting area up to 180 days, following field approval. ... READ MORE

The full International Practice Newsletter can be accessed here.

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